Today I decided to make a trip over to the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge in the evening instead of the morning. My mother and father joined me for the ride over and it turned out be a fun outing. The USFWS is letting water into the diversion canal, which has raised the water level, so we didn’t see as many alligators as we expected. We did see a lot of Anhingas though, including a tree full of them just before the end of the drive. Among the other birds we saw were a Blacked Necked Stilt, Great Blue Herons, Blue Winged Teal, a Northern Shoveler, a Snowy Egret, and a male Wood Duck (although it was at the end of the drive and I didn’t have good light for a photo).
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